Convicted former prosecutor seeks to become an advocate

2008-03-30 00:00

Former Pietermaritzburg senior public prosecutor Stanley Ngubane, who fell foul of the law and who had his convictions on two charges of fraud confirmed on appeal to the high court last August, has made application to the high court to be admitted as an advocate.

Ngubane was convicted in October 2004 on a charge of corruption and two counts of fraud, but his conviction and sentence of five years’ imprisonment (three-and-a-half years suspended) for corruption was set aside on appeal to the high court in August last year.

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